GDST Juniors: where learning comes to life

As part of Guided Home Learning, GDST juniors have enjoyed a wealth of cross-Trust collaborative events created in partnership with some of the UK’s most iconic institutions

Competition codebreaker

Seven teams from the GDST family of schools are competing in the semi-finals of the CyberFirst Girls Competition.

Let women live without limits

Let’s commit to making sure that girls everywhere can live without limits, writes Cheryl Giovannoni.

My School Memories with Rebecca Scott

Writer and broadcaster Rebecca Stott remembers arriving at Brighton and Hove High School (now Brighton Girls) as her invitation into…

Oxford High School, shaping the NHS of the future

Aspiring medical students at Oxford High School helped organise a Virtual Medicine Day Conference to give future healthcare professionals from…

COVID-19: The View from Here

We asked some of our GDST alumnae to reflect on a time – the COVID-19 pandemic – that none of us will ever forget.

2020: Louisa Blake, Birkenhead High School Academy, Founder of Looby Lou’s Lovely Lunches

The Butty Maker from Birkenhead

Louisa Blake, founder of social initiative Looby Lou’s Lovely Lunches, and an alumna of Birkenhead High School Academy, is the winner of the GDST Alumna of the Year award.

‘Work towards excellence; don’t try to deliver perfection.’

Award-winning Consultant Clinical Psychologist Dr Nihara Krause presented to the GDST Talks series, explaining the psychology behind motivation and sharing tips and advice to help parents support their children as we emerge from the pandemic.

From eco-anxiety to eco-agency

GDST students gathered for an online workshop on how to feel empowered in the face of climate change.

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